UFC 201 results: Full quarrel label winners and greeting from Lawler vs. Woodley

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Tyron Woodley crushed Robbie Lawler in a face for a title-taking present hit out in a initial turn of their UFC 201 welterweight pretension quarrel on Saturday night in Atlanta, Georgia. Woodly held Lawler with a outrageous overhand right that forsaken a champ. He immediately followed adult with mixed outstanding shots to a head. The 2:12 finish was a fastest finish in UFC welterweight history.

Woodly is approaching to face Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson in his initial pretension defense.

Karolina Kowalkiewicz done her dreams of an all-Polish UFC pretension quarrel by circumference Rose Namajunas in a split-decision pretension eliminator in a co-main event. Namajunas seemed to have a corner during operation and maybe on a ground, though a Pole had a corner in a clinch. Kowalkiewicz harm Namajunas regularly with knees and elbows on a inside.

Jake Ellenberger forsaken Matt Brown with a outrageous right palm in a really initial exchange. Brown managed to tarry a indirect belligerent and bruise assault and got behind to his feet. For a impulse it looked as if Brown had incited things around, tagging Ellenberger with steady true punches and pushing him behind opposite a cage. Then Ellenberger landed a harmful liver kick, followed it adult on a belligerent and that was that. Enormous dissapoint win for Ellenberger.

After a really tighten opening round, Erik Perez used his technical advantages to lift forward of Francisco Rivera in a second. He roughly threw it divided by vouchsafing Rivera captivate him into a furious quarrel to open a third, though managed to reason it together en track to a unanimous preference win.

Flyweights Ryan Benoit and Freddy Serrano non-stop a pay-per-view with a behind and onward conflict that saw Serrano browbeat on a belligerent and Benoit corner him on a feet. Two of a judges suspicion that was adequate to give Benoit a split-decision nod.

In a rough superstar on Fox Sports 2, Nikita Krylov finished Ed Herman with a face-planting walk-away conduct flog KO early in a second round. Herman was out-classed during operation around a quarrel and couldn’t keep a quarrel during clinching operation prolonged adequate to overcome Krylov.

Jorge Masvidal forsaken Ross Pearson a integrate of times en track to a unanimous preference win. Masvidal couldn’t finish Pearson when he had him harm though a outcome was never severely in doubt.

Heavyweight Anthony Hamilton bloody Damien Grabowski into swoon in only 14 seconds with a flurry of howling punches.

Former jiu-jitsu champ Wilson Reis done brief work of Hector Sandoval, scoring a acquiescence around back exposed throttle in a initial round. Reis had been set to quarrel Demetrious Johnson for a flyweight pretension when Johnson got hurt. Reis risked his shot opposite a dangerous Sandoval and done it compensate off.

Despite winning his competition for many of a second and third rounds, Michael Graves had to settle for a infancy pull against Bojan Velickovic. One decider scored it 30-28 for Graves though a other dual had it a 28-28.

In a quarrel pass opener, Aussie Damien Brown kept throwing Cesar Arzamendia with right hooks that forsaken him and eventually knocked him out cold in a initial round.

UFC 201 Complete Results
Pay Per View Main Card
Welterweight: Tyron Woodley def. Robbie Lawler around KO(punches) during 2:12 of Round 1.
Women’s Strawweight: Karolina Kowalkiewicz def. Rose Namajunas around separate preference (28-29, 29-28 x2).
Welterweight: Jake Ellenberger def. Matt Brown around TKO (kick and punches) during 1:46 of Round 1.
Bantamweight: Erik Perez def. Francisco Rivera by unanimous preference (30-26 x2, 29-28).
Flyweight: Ryan Benoit def. Freddy Serrano by separate preference (28-29, 29-28 x2).


Fox Sports 2 Prelims
Light Heavyweight: Nikita Krylov def. Ed Herman around KO (head kick) during 0:40 of Round 2.
Welterweight: Jorge Masvidal def. Ross Pearson around unanimous preference (30-27, 29-28×2).
Heavyweight: Anthony Hamilton def. Damien Grabowski by KO (punches) during 0:14 of Round 1.
Flyweight: Wilson Reis def. Hector Sandoval by acquiescence (rear-naked choke) during 1:49 of Round 1.

Fight Pass Prelims
Welterweight: Michael Graves drew Bojan Velickovic (30-28 Graves, 28-28 x2)
Lightweight: Damien Brown def. Cesar Arzamendia around KO (punches) during 2:27 of Round 1.

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